Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

DEP Sets Hearings on MVP Pipeline

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

DEP Sets Hearings on MVP Pipeline

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The state Department of Environmental Protection has scheduled a series of public hearings on permits sought by the developers of the Mountain Valley Pipeline project. The DEP is considering applications for a state water quality certification, for a Natural Streams Preservation Act permit and for an oil and gas general water pollution permit for the MVP project.

State regulators describe the project as being "comprised of approximately 195 miles of natural gas pipeline along with compressor stations, meter stations, access roads and interconnects through: Wetzel, Harrison, Doddridge, Lewis, Braxton, Webster, Nicholas, Greenbrier, Fayette, Summers, and Monroe Counties in West Virginia.

More information is available on the DEP website at dep.wv.gov/ news/Pages/MVPInfo.aspx.

DEP public hearings all start at 6 p.m. and well be held on March 6 at the Webster County High School Auditorium, on March 7 at the Summers Memorial Building in Hinton and on March 9 at the Robert C. …

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